In its on-site research labs, Parker develops new O-ring material formulations and compounds to meet customers' needs. These materials are subjected to a broad range of mechanical, physical, and environmental conditions, and their performance is evaluated through a comprehensive testing process.
- Do Parker O-rings contain asbestos?
- Do Parker O-rings contain latex rubber?
- Do Parker O-rings contain mercury or are they made with mercury-containing equipment?
- How does an internal lubricant work?
- Is N70 a Parker compound number?
- What are the factors that influence storage of elastomers provided by Parker Pradifa?
- What is the difference between EP, EPR, and EPDM?
- What is the replacement compound for an obsolete seal material?
- What O-ring compounds are internally lubricated?
- What’s the difference between N674, N674-7, N674- 70, N0674, and N0674-70?
- Where can I find information on a specific Parker compound?
- Where can I get a material test report for a Parker O-ring?
- Why can’t I find this compound in the Parker catalog?
- Why does this O-ring have a dull gray or white powder on the surface?